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Arabic Calligraphy

The Arabic alphabet has been adopted by non-Semitic languages such as Modern Persian, or Farsi, Urdu, Malay, and some West African languages such as Hausa, for example. The use of verses from the Koran in Arabic script for decoration has led to the development of over 1400 years of many different calligraphic styles. Calligraphy is a high art form in the Arab world. The long history of Arabic includes periods of high development in literature.